“Let the wind take me wherever”.
It is a kind of life philosophy. Free-spirited. Chilled. No root. Flexible. “Go with the flow”.
The only commitment you will take is “No commitment, thanks”.
But there are still two types of people who own this motto.
A bird. Or a dandelion.
They can both fly with the wind. But the difference is vast:
A dandelion has to fly. But she doesn’t get to decide where she’s going, or where she’s landing. The wind decides her fate. She can’t stop, can’t choose to change the route.
She needs to get away from where she was to survive, to have a chance of growing into something herself. The wind is her only chance. So she lets the wind take her, knowing the risk ahead that she might not land at an ideal place to grow.
A bird also uses the wind. Yet she doesn’t depend on it completely.
The wind helps her fly higher, faster, better.
She’s her own captain; she can fly against the wind if she must.
But she can stop when she’s tired.
So before jumping into the wind and let it take you “wherever”, think about whether you are a bird or a dandelion.